Remains of Pixie Specimen Discovered in Ireland

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Galway| Construction workers excavating the ground for the site of a new project in western Ireland, made an astonishing discovery: the corpse of a tiny winged humanoid ressembling a fairy or pixie-like creature.

From the look of the site, it seems to have been some sort of Celtic, druidic shrine, dating from the early Neolithic period. Remains of pottery vases and food offerings were discovered, next to some gigantic broken stone monoliths, marked with mysterious inscriptions. One complete skeleton of a tiny winged humanoid, and two or three incomplete ones, laid amongst the offerings.

“It is yet unclear what kind of creature we are dealing with for now, but it is certainly unique” explains Sheamus O’Leary, a biologist at the University of Dublin and member of the research team studying the remains. “Irish litterature and oral history is filled with stories of such wonderful beings, but we had never found physical evidence of one, before. Now that we have one, we can easily see why! The bones are so delicate and fragile. They also seem to be hollow, like those of a bird. It’s amazing!”

A complete set of tests is expected to be performed upon the bones in the following weeks, to determine their authenticity and the true nature of their origin.

19 Comments on "Remains of Pixie Specimen Discovered in Ireland"

  1. If people believe this crap, all i can really do is laugh.

    • I am actually laughing at you right now for even bothering to wait for people to believe, but for the sake of tinkerbell. . a couple of people will probably believe this story 😀

    • guylle allen d agaon | March 11, 2014 at 7:39 am |

      Dont know , im a biologist student, and i suggest that because of the technology today we forgotten our history and believe the crap you said that it is not true, because humans, are ” a piece of shit that need to see so that they will believe , Am I right ? also , if there is no paleontologist ? do you suggest that dinosaur and ancient human history is not true and also a piece of crap ?

    • allan modina | March 14, 2014 at 2:50 am |

      very,very interesting

    • @guylle allen d agaon

      You are a “biologist student”?

      Unfortunately there are no biology qualifications in your future as you have yet to grasp the concept of grammar.

    • The reason this pixie died in the first place is because we stopped believing.

    • Ok so guys!! prove to me that it is not real and i’ll believe you!!!! come on now, prove that its what u think it is itsrekka and the rest of you.put your mouth where your money is 🙂

    • oh yah. and the cops would have it (police evidence.. ) and they’ll hold it in their hands and it shall not cast a shadow and their wings shall be made out of leaves that have been turned black and white! I am FAiry tHerE foR i BElive THay Weerre realr lolz

  2. Well.. I only believe in Peter Pan 😀

  3. Pat Wisenburg | March 10, 2014 at 2:43 am | Reply

    Finally, proof of what I have said for years. We use to shoot these pixies when I was a kid growing up in Mississippi. Along the river they would come and feed off blood of the locals near the river like mosquitos. They would talk with a whispering buzzing. How cool this is! Every university should pay top $$ to prove they exist, me and my family r not crazy.

    • what plz tell me more!! Facebook???

    • sarcasm?

    • No… its just that the mosquitos in the south are as big as pixies.

    • gay attaway | March 27, 2014 at 10:37 pm |

      A few days before April 1, 2007, Dan Baines, a 31-year-old illusion designer for magicians from London, posted images on his website purporting to show the remains of a fairy.[3] He claimed the mummified remains were discovered by a dog walker at Firestone Hill in Duffield, Derbyshire. The “corpse”, as shown in the pictures, had intact ears, wings, hair, skin and teeth, and had, according to Baines, ‘been examined by anthropologists and forensic experts who can confirm the body is genuine’.[1] According to the website, X-rays of the ‘fairy’ showed that its body’s structure was the same as that of a child. The bones, however, were described to be ‘hollow like those of a bird, making them particularly light.’[2]
      In spite of the coming of April Fool’s Day, the website received feedback from a large number of fairy believers, accumulating over 20,000 hits in one day.[3] On April 1st, Baines appended a note to the website, thanking the readers for expressing their interest in his story and acknowledging that the fairy corpse was fake. He wrote: “Even if you believe in fairies, as I personally do, there will always have been an element of doubt in your mind that would suggest the remains are a hoax. However, the magic created by the possibility of the fairy being real is something you will remember for the rest of your life.”[4] Subsequently, Baines listed the mummified fairy on eBay and the model attracted nearly 40 bids. The highest at the close of the sale was made by a private art collector in the United States and the fairy was sold for £280. [1][2]

    • I have seen two paintings: both were excellent, filled with bright orange sky, tiny purple diaphanous garments,red hair pixie cuts, and set on the Mississippi. They had been presented to Shepherd College in West Virginia. They’d been left in a garbage pile on a rainy day in 2010 and were rescued.

  4. hahahaha putang ina nyo pak u d yan tunay !!!

    • why not believe …. theres stories of creatures that modern man have never seen….stories come from some where…to not is ignorant

  5. aren’t those just leaves?not wings?

    • Kimberly Lyons | November 20, 2016 at 3:00 pm |

      Those are not leaves but they are not wing’s either? Could it be..So that’s what happened to granny’s wig after she got ran over by Santa’s Reindeer last year on Christmas Eve!

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